Category: Freshwater Pearls, Pearl Jewelry
Have you heard of Tahitian Pearl? And how about Freshwater Pearl?Do you know what the difference between them is?? Let me tell you here.
Tahitian Pearl is an organic gem formed from the black lip oyster. It would take opening thousands of oysters just to find an all-natural Tahitian pearl without the know-how. This gives the Tahitian Pearl its mystique of being one of nature’s rarest of gems. Tahitian pearls are commonly known as black pearls because of their darker hues. However, Tahitian Pearls have the ability to contain various undertones and overtones of green, pink, blue, silver, and yellow.
Freshwater pearls, also know as “freshwater cultured pearls”, is a kind of pearl that comes from freshwater mussels. The generating process begins by choosing a suitable donor mussel and cutting a strip of tissue from the mantle. Freshwater pearl harvests are typically bought while still in the shell. After harvest the pearls are delivered to a first-stage factory, which is responsible for cleaning and sorting the pearls by size and shape. After this process has been completed, the pearls are considered ready material for processing factories.
Both Tahitian Pearl and Freshwater Pearl have been used widely currently among the jewelry and other ornaments. Due to the variety of shapes and colors, they can be fit into any jewelry settings. Especially for Tahitian Pearl , the versatility, brilliant mixture of color and mysterious dark nature make it a prized possession to celebrities and royalty alike. The value for Tahitian Pearl Jewelry are higher than one made with Freshwater pearl. If you would like to take a piece of valued Tahitian Pearl jewelry with a affordable budget, www.orientalpearls.net is a place that you must need to visit.
See this beautiful Ring? Embrace sweet spring style with a fashionable flower. Ring features a smooth 18K gold setting with a Tahitian pearl (8-9mm) at center. The pearl is high AAA grade in perfect round shape with high luster.
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